Poarch Band of Creek Indians will host its sixth annual Southeastern Indian Festival, a three-day showcase of Native American culture and history, April 4-6 on the PCI reservation.
Admission is free for the festival, which will open to the public from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, April 5-6. The event is reserved for school children from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. each of its three days.
Among the featured Southeastern Indian cultural exhibits and exhibitions are song and dance, storytelling, living history, arts and crafts demonstrations, authentic Indian foods, hands-on activities for children and a stickball game.
Featured performers and demonstrators include Oklahoma Creek Stomp Dancers, Warriors of AniKituhwa and Mississippi Choctaw Social Dancers.
For more information on the festival, see the full-page ad in this edition.